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To ask the Scottish Government what its position is on whether there are deficiencies in how the system of neighbour notification for planning applications operates.


Answered by Alex Neil (27/05/2015):

Following changes made in 2009 and more recently in 2013, we consider the current system of neighbour notification is proportionate and fit for purpose, and strikes the appropriate balance between public engagement and efficient processing. However we are always happy to consider suggestions for further improvements.


Current Status: Answered by Alex Neil on 27/05/2015
 
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